One of Northern Europe’s leading tourist destinations, Copenhagen mesmerizes visitors with thousand-year old history, many significant sights and attractions. Home to an assortment of attractions (worth mention landmarks are the Freetown of Christiania, the world famous statue of Little Mermaid and Tivoli Gardens); Copenhagen has something to suit every taste and interest. If you are in a festive mood, why not part of its largest cultural celebration -Roskilde Festival?
The largest cultural festival in Northern Europe and one of the largest in Europe, Roskilde Festival in Copenhagen is celebrated with much enthusiasm and zeal. The unique music festival is an all-encompassing experience and otherwise called as the “Orange Feeling”. It is marked with great events, food, music and thrilling activities.
In 1971, Jesper Switzer Moller and Mogens Sandfr, two high school students, created the festival, which was taken over in 1972 by the Roskilde Foundation. Roskilde Festival is the first real cultural (music-oriented) fiesta. Around two hundred solo artists and bands participate in the event each year at eight different stages. This year, the audience is going to witness a four-day music program.
If you want to enjoy some surprises and lifetime experiences, be a part of progressive music program.